Rollover at Pine St and Delacy

Crews recover a four-wheel drive at the intersection of Pine St and Delacy.
Crews recover a four-wheel drive at the intersection of Pine St and Delacy. Claudia Baxter

A BLACK four-wheel drive rolled at the intersection of Pine St and Delacy St in North Ipswich.

While police reported no major injuries after the car rolled on the driver's side, one man was taken to hospital suffering whiplash.

Police blocked traffic along the street at Ferguson St while fire brigade and ambulance attended the crash.

Residents of Pine St said the crash was the third this week at the intersection.

A bus driver was forced to conduct traffic while waiting for police to arrive at a crash on Monday morning.

Topics:  delacy st, pine st, rollover

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